chancy en Polaco
As I myself am honorable. And as you have mentioned, I am pledged to the Lady Geronde Isabel de Chancy.
Growing jelled teams is a fairly chancy matter.
In the past I've recommended Springer, but hearing chancy things about their bathrooms since they renovated, so...
Ms. Adeline Magloire Chancy holds diplomas from the Faculty of Law and the teacher training college of the University of Haiti.
Well, there's my Rod of Cancellation, but it's chancy.
- No. No, Nate, it's too chancy.
In the past, I've recommended Springer... ...but I'm hearing chancy things about their bathrooms since they renovated. So...
It is very chancy to use communication devices.
Janine, both make chancy things,
-Nope. it will be too chancy with two men up if it comes to a race.
of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk: dangerous, unsafe, chanceful, dodgy, dicey
subject to accident or chance or change: iffy, flukey, uncertain, fluky